Inside Chat: Starting At The Title With Jack Carr

Today we chat with Jack Carr about his latest James Reece thriller The Devil’s Hand, the weaponization of infectious diseases, his eerie prescience, what the enemy has learned observing us for the last 20 years, how he uses dialogue to inform his characters, why he always starts with the title, his 9/11 experience, his thoughts on the truth behind Wuhan, Stephen Hunter, being on set for The Terminal List Amazon series, and the utter genius of Cobra Kai.

 itunes_stitcher

liness

HOW TO SUPPORT THE SHOW!

For all your shopping needs use our IndieBound link or click on the banner below. It doesn’t cost you a cent and helps to support the show as well as independent booksellers everywhere!

indieboundlogo

liness

  Check out our list of every book we’ve ever recommended on the show.

liness

Inside Chat: Taking Pepper Spray To The Face With Don Bentley

Today we chat with Don Bentley about his new Matt Drake thriller The Inside Man, the two types of military pilots, the importance of communicating about PTSD, being the crazy guy who reads all of his Goodreads reviews, how he visualizes his big action set pieces, what it’s like getting pepper sprayed, why training is so important for combat, quoting Omar Little, and how Die Hard is the greatest Christmas movie ever made.

 itunes_stitcher

liness

HOW TO SUPPORT THE SHOW!

For all your shopping needs use our IndieBound link or click on the banner below. It doesn’t cost you a cent and helps to support the show as well as independent booksellers everywhere!

indieboundlogo

liness

  Check out our list of every book we’ve ever recommended on the show.

liness

Inside Chat: Breaking Up Relationships with Lori Nelson Spielman

We’re joined by Lori Nelson Spielman for a fun conversation about her new novel The Star-Crossed Sisters of Tuscany, finding inspiration from her time as a high school guidance counselor, mango juice, her superstitions, and the time her book caused a reader to break up with her boyfriend.

 itunes_stitcher

liness

HOW TO SUPPORT THE SHOW!

For all your shopping needs use our IndieBound link or click on the banner below. It doesn’t cost you a cent and helps to support the show as well as independent booksellers everywhere!

indieboundlogo

liness

  Check out our list of every book we’ve ever recommended on the show.

liness

Inside Chat: Art Heists & Budweiser with Craig Johnson

We’re joined by the incomparable Craig Johnson for a fun chat about his gripping new Longmire mystery Next To Last Stand, the dramatic history behind the painting Custer’s Last Fight, consulting his wife for the artistic aspects of the book, Buffalo Bill Cody’s (missing?) dead body, the sheer genius of The Magnificent Seven, and why he orders Thai food from the joint right around the corner from our studio.

 itunes_stitcher

liness

HOW TO SUPPORT THE SHOW!

For all your shopping needs use our IndieBound link or click on the banner below. It doesn’t cost you a cent and helps to support the show as well as independent booksellers everywhere!

indieboundlogo

liness

  Check out our list of every book we’ve ever recommended on the show.

liness

Ep. 56 – Author J.T. Ellison and More!

Author J.T. Ellison joins us for a chat about her new book Good Girls Lie, a haunted college campus and writing two books a year.  We recommend: The Line Between by Tosca Lee,  A Stranger on the Beach by Michelle Campbell, and It Ain’t Over by Robert M. Kerns.  Audiobook of the week is A Noise Downstairs by Linwood Barclay narrated by the pleasing George Newbern.  YA book of the week is Blood Red Road by Moira Young.  Also – Dave tells a tale of two dogs, Laura is frightened by a cardboard cutout, and Andrew’s kids use his ring doorbell to communicate with him.

 

To find any of these books (and for ALL your shopping needs) use our Amazon link or click on the banner. It doesn’t cost you a cent and helps to support the show!  Here you will find every book we’ve ever recommended on the show.  (Like, ever!)


     itunes_stitcher   

amazon banner
Inside Flap Recommended Books!

Ep. 44 Author Simon Brett and More

Author Simon Brett OBE joins us for an entertaining chat about his career as a novelist, his character Charles Paris, meeting Prince William, narrating his own books, and much more!  We recommend: Fake Like Me by Barbara Bourland, Walkers by Graham Masterton, Breaking Destiny by Mitty Walters, and all of the Charles Paris books. Audiobook of the week is The Hungry Ones by Chris Sorensen narrated by the talented Chris Sorensen.  YA book of the week is The Last of the Really Great Whangdoodles by Julie Andrews Edwards. We are outraged at the state of HS marching bands today, Dave’s classroom needs better soundproofing, and Andrew is bemused by some cotton candy grapes.

To find any of these books (and for ALL your shopping needs) use our amazon link or click on the banner. It doesn’t cost you a cent and helps to support the show!  Here you will find every book we’ve ever recommended on the show.  (Like, ever!)

amazon banner
Inside Flap Recommended Books!

itunes_stitcher